Abstract

Prince Friedrich Karl of Prussia (fourth from right) and his staff in front of the destroyed Düppeler Mill. The storming of the fortifications at Düppel during the German-Danish War came to symbolize Prussian military efficiency and made the Danish defeat foreseeable. Unknown photographer, near Düppel/Jütland, April 18, 1864.

German-Danish War: Destroyed Mill near Düppel/Jütland (1864)

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German-Danish War: Destroyed Mill near Düppel/Jütland (1864), published in: German History in Documents and Images, <https://germanhistorydocs.org/en/from-vormaerz-to-prussian-dominance-1815-1866/ghdi:image-316> [February 04, 2023].